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07/09/2014

Utah marriage case fast-tracked to SCOTUS

by Jeremy Hooper

Could June of 2015 be a particularly jubilant Pride Month?

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I'm not willing to concede a 5–4 ruling the way that SCOTUSblog is. I still think Roberts, whose legacy as Chief Justice is as stake, is very gettable.

Then again, the court could not take this particular case at all. Or any case, for that matter. There are no guarantees other than that Antonin Scalia will always rule against us.

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